I live in northern New England the phenom I received was definitely not a kush. Buds were very large and fairly airy. Excellent yield,strong smell and taste. Had friends tell me it was too strong lol. Will be growing again next season
THC: 22%Purple Berry has green and purple tender dank leaves and has orange hairs that pass through the frostified bud. Considering it is completely covered by crystals, it may seem repulsive at first. However, Purple Berry has quite a kick to it and is organic as the name suggests it to be. It even smells as though it were a berry and will remind you of old grape bubble gum that you may have enjoyed as a kid. There is no doubt that it has an intense smell that will leave you intoxicated. The strain is derived from Purple Afghani and Hindu Kush with a staggering 22% THC level. Moreover, you have to keep in mind it is not for beginners and is 100% indica. It tastes exactly the ways it smells. Additionally, you will note a kush influence while giving it a taste. Not only does it have an organic and earthy taste, but it will keep you coming back for more. Even though it may seem overwhelming at first, you will not feel as tired as you would expect to be. You will be able to function and you will be more active than you could have been before. You will think of a 100 different things to do and you can even go about it without any problems.
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Literally just Smoked this Strain for the first time today on 5-10-18 and I love it. Working great for my anxiety and PTSD, and it tastes really good too.
Smells good, tast better. Taste like it smells and the high is pain relieving, focused, relaxed and not a care in my mind. Love the purple!
Great cross of two of Afghanistan's best strains. The purple afghani is a perfect mate for Hindu kush creating offspring that I now consider a must try. Indica lovers take note, this isn't like your average pure indica In terms off effects.
Manastash produces just what they state! Very nice, a top favorite on my list.